Diane Dyson’s first run as city councilor wasn’t what she expected. She doesn’t know her ward, her competition or her budget, but she does know one thing about this election — “it’s making voter’s heads spin.”
Michelle Berardinetti celebrated her second win in Ward 35-Scarborough Southwest Monday night. “There is always great competition in this ward but I was hopeful and confident running on my previous record. I knew residents would…
Paul Bocking needs to pick up a stack of papers waiting in his office at York University. He still plans to take a few months off from working on his PhD in economic geography, grading…
If a picture’s worth is a 1,000 words, then the worth of a painting spanning a busy multi-lane road must be priceless. Councillors Michelle Berardinetti and Gary Crawford joined artist De Anne Lamirande, her team and others to celebrate the completion of the Warden Underpass Mural on Oct. 20 with a community celebration and ribbon cutting.
Of Toronto’s 44 wards, 10 are in Scarborough. Here’s a cheat sheet of some of the basics on each.
This is the biggest item that will come across the desk of a councillor and the most important issue facing Toronto
After months of emotional debate, City Hall’s executive committee heard from over 200 deputations during a 20-hour marathon meeting that wrapped up early Tuesday morning.
Mayor Rob Ford and his 13-member committee heard from many Torontonians about proposed service cuts.
For mothers like Nanette Malungkit and Niky Stavarakis, the newly opened Warden Hilltop community centre means a variety of facilities in a more convenient location.
The TTC released that the projected ridership is expected to increase to 503 million next year. At the end of 2010 there were 477 million rides, up from a projected 462 million rides. With these figures wouldn’t it be fair to understand that transportation at all levels is going to increase?
Some Ward 35 residents aren’t ready to fully embrace the environmentally friendly plans for the soon-to-open Warden Hilltop Community Centre. Concerns were raised last Wednesday at a community meeting meeting in the cafeteria of W.A. Porter Collegiate about the number of parking spaces and programming at the new community centre.